Posted May 29, 2018 in Articles
You can help ensure the future success of Cleveland State University and its students through language in your will or trust, specifying a gift be made to CSU as part of your estate plan.
Bequests can be made by gifting a specific dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, the balance or residue of your estate or by making CSU a beneficiary of certain assets.
Alumnus Edward Basta, BSE '82, and non-alumna Rosalind Roberts know firsthand just how easy and rewarding making a bequest can be.
Basta believes the state of Cleveland depends on Cleveland State University, adding "the students are our future.”... read more
Posted May 11, 2018 in Articles
Thanks to everyone who supported Radiance 2018! This year’s event raised a record $1.7-plus million for student scholarships and was the fifth consecutive year that the $1 million threshold was surpassed. Since its inception in... read more
Posted April 28, 2018 in Articles
CSU’s annual Scholarship Luncheon brought together more than 400 individuals who have made personal gifts, as well as representatives of businesses and organizations that have supported scholarships, and the grateful students who received these awards.... read more
Posted April 13, 2018 in Articles
Amanda Posey grew up in the foster care system and remembers a childhood she admits was "anything but easy." Eventually, she'd enroll at CSU with the hopes to one day become a teacher and credits... read more
Posted September 01, 2017 in Articles
With a deferred commitment of $500,000, alumnus Randy Kelly established the Randolph L. Kelly Endowed Accounting Scholarship. Kelly Scholarships support undergraduates who are pursuing a degree in accounting in the Monte Ahuja College of Business.
Kelly... read more